Mar/3, 2020 Shunto-e Ceremony at Sanjusangen-do Temple

Sightseeing information about Mar/3, 2020 Shunto-e Ceremony at Sanjusangen-do Temple in Japan.

Mar/3, 2020 Shunto-e Ceremony at Sanjusangen-do Temple3.2

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Sanjusangen-do Temple in Kyoto, famous for 1001 Kannon goddess statues, holds a "Shunto-e Ceremony", or Peach Festival, as a part of Hina Doll Festival.
The main hall will be opened for visitors, and the Hina Dolls are displayed next to the 1001 Kannon Statue.
Only on this day, a special "peach amulet" as a protective charm for women, will be sold. (500 yen)

Date : March 3, 2020
Hours : 9:00〜15:30 (Closed at 16:00)
Venue : Rengeo-in, Sanjusangendo Temple
Address : 657 Sanjusangendomawari, Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto
Admission : Free
Access : take a bus No.100 or 206 or 208 from Kyoto Station, and get off at Sanjusangendo-mae stop.

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Purposespiritual places,Traditional folk,women,shrine/temple,sightseeing
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4.04 months ago

This is Sanjusangendo. The Kannon image inside cannot be photographed.

5.03 months ago

Very pretty temple. One of the best ones i have been to~

4.010 months ago

The temple itself offers nothing special. But what you find inside is.
After removing your shoes you will be walking through a hallway. In the middle you will see a huge Buddah meditating. He is not alone as on his left are 500 statues, same of his right. It is nice to appreciate something a few hundred years old. If you pay attention you will see that each face is different! Quite a good work! For an impressive look, stand on one of either side of the room, align with the first row of statues, and look at them. The garden looks beautiful too. As of February 2020 the entrance fee for an adult is 600Y. Taking photos is prohibited inside the temple.

5.03 months ago

Nice place to visit. Unfortunately, photo is prohibited so i couldnt take any

5.010 months ago

Well worth a visit, not that far from the station. You need to pay on entry and once in you need to take off your shoes and either wear the slippers provided or walk with your socks.
The pathway to see the sculptures of the heavenly Gods and 1001 buddhas, no photos allowed but the whole visit feels very peaceful and calm and so very beautiful. There is a shop at the end.
Highly recommend a walk round the gardens on the side and visit the little shrine behind which was in bloom with plum blossoms on our visit